Shaun Broyhill: A minimum wage increase will not help Sioux City residents who are currently living in poverty, bringing in more jobs will.
Starting at 9:00p tonight Caffeinated Thoughts will provide a live-blog as election results from Iowa and across the nation come in. Be sure to check back!
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers talk to Zach Nunn running in the Iowa House District 30 race and Rod Blum running in Iowa’s 1st Congressional District.
(Dubuque, IA) Attorney Daniel Dlouhy won the Republican nomination in Iowa House District 99 during a special nominating convention held on Monday, July 28th in Dubuque. Dloughy is a practicing attorney, who graduated from Emmaus Bible College and Drake University Law School. Dloughy and his wife homeschool their children. “I’m pleased that Daniel will be […]
Below are the results in Iowa House and Senate Districts that had contested races in yesterday’s Iowa Republican Primary. Senate District 11 Tom Shipley – 70.1% Art Hill – 29.7% Senate District 19 Jack Whitver – 78.7% Brett H. Nelson – 21.1% Senate District 29 James R. Budde – 58.2% James A. Heavens – 41.8% […]
2nd Update (5/24/14): State Representative John Landon in House District 37 was added. 5/24/14 update: Iowa Right to Life today announced the support of Robert Cramer in Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District and Jeremy Davis in Iowa Senate District 23. On their Facebook page Jenifer Bowen wrote, “We are pleased to announce that, upon receiving our […]
Jon Van Wyk, co-owner of Van Wijk Winery in Sully, IA, will challenge State Representative Greg Heartsill in Iowa House District 28 Republican Primary.
Republican Party of Iowa Chairman A.J. Spiker today issued the call for a special nominating convention for House District 33.
Shane Vander Hart makes his endorsements for Iowa’s Congressional, State House and State Senate races.
Iowa Right to Life releases their list of preferred candidates in Iowa’s Congressional, State House and State Senate races.
For over a dozen election cycles the Board of Directors of Iowa Right to Life Committee has evaluated the responses to our survey of candidates for state and federal offices on right to life related issues. It is a very serious undertaking and we strive for objectivity. We publish the results of our evaluations as […]
I thought I’d share how I’m voting on my ballot today… if you’ve followed this blog long enough you likely already know… so if you haven’t made up your mind (and it amazes me how some people can still be undecided still) I hope this helps: Elected Offices: Governor/Lt. Governor: Terry Branstad/Kim Reynolds U.S. Senate: […]
The University of Minnestoa’s Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs hosts a non-partisan political blog called Smart Politics. Since this blog is non-partisan, the title of a report written by Eric Ostermeier (a research associate at the Humphrey Institute) I found rather ominous. “Iowa Democrats Bracing for Bloodbath in 2010 State House Elections” I don’t think […]